Carthage, NC
Barbara Jean Douglas, age 54 of Carthage died Wednesday (June 29, 2011) at her residence.
A memorial service will be 11:00 AM Friday at First Baptist Church in Carthage conducted by John Frye. Burial will follow in Pineywood Baptist church in Cameron.
A native of Moore County she grew up in Raeford and graduated from East Carolina University. She was a special education teacher at Cameron Elementary School and received Teacher of the Year twice. She was a member of First Baptist Church and was involved with the ARC of Moore County.
She is survived by: her parents James and Johnsie Richardson Douglas of Raeford; sister Carolyn Caddell and husband L.D. of Carthage; brothers Richard Douglas of Carthage, Allen Douglas and wife Debra of Raeford; nieces Stormy and Amber Douglas, nephews James Burley, Weston, Austin and Geoffery Douglas, Jennings Walters; a very special friend Paul Wendell.
The family will be receiving friends following the service and any other time at the residence of Carolyn and L.D. Caddell.
Memorials may be made to: FirstHealth Hospice Foundation, 150 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374.
Condolences: www.PinesFuneral.com

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  1. Your beautiful smile and cheerful demeanor will forever be missed. You were a beautiful person and a joy to work with years ago at the Barn. My thoughts and prayers to Carolyn and the rest of the family.

  2. Barbara was a very sweet person. I had the pleasure of teaching with Barbara at Cameron. She and I worked together with students in my classroom for reading in 1999-2000. She was an excellent teacher and her students enjoyed being in her class. Barbara wa

  3. Please know that all of us at Cameron Elementary loved Barbara so much and miss her so. she was a joy to be around and work with. She always had a smile on her face and I can still hear her tinkling laugh. Her students loved her very much. For many of the

  4. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and give you strength to get you through this difficult time.
    Patsy Hawkes

  5. Barbara was a wonderful teacher. I had the pleasure of knowing her for years. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

  6. To the family:
    I have very fond memories of working with Barbara at Cameron Elementary School. She always had such a beautiful smile. Praying the Lord will hold you especially close and comfort you through the coming days, and that you’ll be strength

  7. TO THE DOUGLAS FAMILY: I AM ONE OF PAUL WENDELL’S AUNTS. WE SHARED SO MANY WONDERFUL TIMES AT OUR FAMILY VACATIONS IN SURFSIDE BEACH, SC EACH YEAR. I WILL MISS HER WONDERFUL SMILE AND HER KINDNESS TO ALL OF OUR FAMILY. SHE WILL LIVE IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER.

  8. This is to the family of Barbara, Im one of Pauls aunts form Fayetteville and Barbara was family to usand loved by all of us She will truly be missed and never forgotten

  9. Mr & Mrs Douglas, Carolyn and family. I was so saddened to hear of Barbara’s passing. She and I were such good friends in high school and had kept in touch through Christmas cards each year for the past several years. I will always remember having so

  10. Mr & Mrs Douglas, Carolyn and family. I was so saddened to hear of Barbara’s passing. She and I were such good friends in high school and had kept in touch through Christmas cards each year for the past several years. I will always remember having so

  11. Mr & Mrs Douglas, Carolyn and family. I was so saddened to hear of Barbara’s passing. She and I were such good friends in high school and had kept in touch through Christmas cards each year for the past several years. I will always remember having so

  12. Mr & Mrs Douglas, Carolyn and family. I was so saddened to hear of Barbara’s passing. She and I were such good friends in high school and had kept in touch through Christmas cards each year for the past several years. I will always remember having so

  13. I am going to miss Barbara so much. She was one of the kindest people I have ever known, and such a good friend to many people.

  14. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Barbara’s commitment to educating children has changed the world one student at a time.

  15. Johnsie, Carolyn and Family:
    So sorry to hear of your loss. Beverly and I just saw it in the paper today and since we both work, we were unable to come today. But know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Deborah Sharpe Holbrook

  16. I only knew Barbara for a few years since I began teaching special ed at Vass-Lakeview. I found her to be a kind and gracious lady. I will miss seeing her at EC meetings, laughing with her as we shared the joys and trials of being a teacher. I am so sorry

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